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Phytates . . . part II

The phytate issue is fiercely contested in the nutrition world, with some believing that soaking grains is critical, and others believing it’s unnecessary.   I have studied compelling evidence on both sides, leading me to the following recommendations. Regardless of whether phytates in whole grains lead to mineral deficiencies, soaking and slightly fermenting your grain […]

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What are phytates and how do I avoid them?

Getting off refined grain products and onto whole grains is a great thing to do! But some of you have been scared silly by Sally Fallon’s book Nourishing Traditions, regarding phytates.   I  hope you’ll feel a bit  more peaceful on that topic  after reading this three-part blog. Phytates are a natural, acidic chemical compounds […]

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pink hummus quesadillas . . . yum!

My friend Cheryl  was all excited the other day about this recipe she made up.   I played with it some because it had no measurements, made the hummus sprouted/live, and my family loves it–enjoy!       Pink Hummus Quesadillas If you fry these until barely crispy on both sides, the live, sprouted nutrition […]

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The Ultimate Meal

cheap nutrition

Q: Dear GreenSmoothieGirl, I work crazy hours and am rarely home to make myself good food. Can you recommend anything to make and eat quickly that is really healthy? A: Yes. Of course I recommend green smoothies, because they are quick to make, and you can put them in the fridge for up to two […]

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